Butcombe pub company has introduced a new food concept at its harbourside venue in Bristol as part of a wider refresh of the business.
The Ostrich, which was acquired at the end of 2017 by Butcombe, has introduced a new Airstream van that will parked outside the pub and serve American-style street food over the summer months.
The new addition will serve a selection of typical US delicacies, such as burgers, loaded fries, snacks and boozy ice lollies.
The project has been spearheaded by new head chef Jasper Prickett, who will also look after the kitchen at sister Butcombe property, The Cottage.
He is also introducing a new menu when The Ostrich reopens on Saturday 13 April.
Inside, the pub’s interior has been fitted with a new antique brass bar gantry, new artwork and a fresh colour-scheme throughout.
Jayson Perfect, managing director of Butcombe Brewery, said: “The Ostrich is the perfect opportunity for us to showcase everything that Butcombe has to offer.
“As such an important landmark in Bristol it was our duty to take The Ostrich to the next level and ensure it is around for many years to come.”